Coastal Pines Technical College Receives a Gift from the Georgia EMC Foreman and Supervisors' Association
July 20, 2017 05:34 PM
Recently Georgia EMC Foreman & Supervisors' Association representatives presented a donation in the amount of $1,000 to the Coastal Pines Technical College Foundation. The gift is for the Electrical Lineworker Certificate Program and is designated for instructional use. Mr. Tommy Cook, President of GEMC Foreman and Supervisors' Association, stated, "It is hoped that this donation will help provide students with the necessary tools and training they will need to obtain a career in the electric utility industry. This organization is proud to be a part in helping Coastal Pines Technical College with this program."
The Electrical Lineworker program is located on the Waycross campus of Coastal Pines Technical College, and Kevin Metts is the instructor. For further information about the program, Mr. Metts can be contacted by email at email@example.com or by calling 912-287-5815.
Photo: Kneeling Left to right: Students Justin Gay; Hunter Jackson, and Jacob Spikes. Standing left to right: Romeo Reyes, CEO Satilla EMC; Bentley Carter, Manager of Loss Control & Facilities; Students Caleb White, Matthew Burney and Cole Carter; David Davis, Alma District Coordinator; Dr. Glenn Deibert, President of Coastal Pines Technical College; and Kevin Metts, Instructor